Joe Biden has another neurological incident.

This time, about where he was and what he was doing during a 2006 atrocity.

Mr. Biden told a meeting of mayors in Washington Thursday that he was about a quarter-mile away from an Amish schoolhouse on Oct. 2, 2006, when a gunman shot and killed five students and wounded five others.

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But a search of maps of the area in Lancaster County, Pa., shows the nearest golf course to the site of the shooting, Moccasin Run Golf Club, is about five miles away. Rodney King, the golf pro at Moccasin Run, said Friday he was working at the course on the day of the shooting and never saw Mr. Biden, who was then a U.S. senator.

I normally would not harp on this too strongly, except that Joe Biden was using those dead kids in order to push his administration’s profoundly mistaken gun policy.  At that, I am perhaps being too gentle in suggesting that Biden’s actions here are merely another example of his neurological issues; but then, it is widely if quietly conceded that the Vice President is a prime candidate for a stroke, particularly given his age, past medical emergencies, and his family history.  We cannot legitimately rule out the possibility that Joe Biden may be honestly mentally impaired.

Moe Lane

Via AoSHQ Headlines.

7 thoughts on “Joe Biden has another neurological incident.”

      1. Given his history with Pot, I would not be surprised if Obama were as impaired as Biden where it really matters.

  1. Joe Biden as President, instead of Barack Obama? I’d welcome that! He could hardly be worse, and nobody — not even the Accomplice Media — would take him or his proposals seriously or hold him up as the standard to which we should all aspire. Republicans could constantly remind the voters that Democrats praised Obama for adding Biden’s “gravitas” to his administration. And whether he’s an impaired fool or not, I don’t think that Biden despises America or would associate with the likes of Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

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